Fresh from our gig at The Edge in Croydon earlier this month, Radio Seattle are back in action next Saturday, 30 April, for an evening of grunge-filled frivolity at the Back Door @ the Secombe in Sutton. Tickets £6 here.
We’re being supported by two acts. Free Recovery are a mighty fine grunge band and we’re looking forward to catching them live ourselves! Ones to watch – Classic Rock Magazine have got them firmly on their radar, and you can check out their EP at www.freerecovery.band. Opening on the night are blues rock band Trident Waters, about whom we’ve also heard great things.
Tickets £6 on the door; to avoid disappointment, as the well-worn saying goes, book here or via the Box Office on 02037 719055. Doors 7.30pm. See y’all there! #spreadthegrungelove
So, how did the Croydon gig go, I hear you ask? Well, that’s very kind of you to enquire, good sir, an enjoyable evening’s entertainment was had by all. You’ll find our setlist on the Gigs page. The Edge has a great vibe to it for live music. As well as ourselves, the punters were entertained by Joe’s Brothers in Chains Unplugged tribute to Alice in Chains (which I missed unfortunately, due to late-night London transport necessities, but which I hope to catch next time), Death to the Pixies (who nailed the Pixies sound), 8.33 (a grungey blues jam; the guitarist had some lovely licks, as the saying goes), and a chap at the start whose name I didn’t catch, but who gave us excellent covers of ‘Where Did You Sleep Last Night’, ‘Zero’, ‘Disarm’, and a Tool song (whose name I also didn’t catch). We’ll be back at The Edge in the summer, so watch this space for a date and hope to see you there.